Liturgical Distinctions between man and woman

Jim Jordan–as always–has a provocative thesis in his well-known article entitled Liturgical Man, Liturgical Woman. Jim’s thesis is that “the differences between men and women are, by creation design, fundamentally liturgical and only secondarily biological and psychological. To put it another way, my thesis is that the physical and psychological differences between men and women are grounded in their differing liturgical roles.”

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to Liturgical Distinctions between man and woman

  1. starlight says:

    What would that mean? How can a person be liturgical?

  2. starlight says:

    OK, I just read the article and understand what youmean. However, I think you need to broaden your anthropology–we are more than worshipping creatures. We were made in GOd’s image to take part in his creation. I do understand your point, though.

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